Red Hood’s death at the hands of the Joker broke Batman so hard, Bruce Wayne nearly got himself killed while lost in his intense grief.
This twisted Jokerized Red Hood cosplay has just made Jason Todd's deepest fears a nightmarish reality, and fans are going crazy for it.
Batman and Red Hood have traded blows in the past, with a cosplay image uniting the two in a split design that brings their relationship full circle.
Red Hood has always struggled to find his place in the DC Universe, but one cool new gadget might just prove where Jason Todd truly belongs.
Things in Gotham are changing at a rapid pace and Red Hood reveals that there’s one hero he’s come to respect (and it isn’t the Dark Knight).
Red Hood is infamous as being the only member of the Bat-Family willing to use lethal force regularly, but it seems DC is attempting to change that.
Batman and Red Hood have always disagreed on how to handle criminals, and it seems Batman has finally decided to end the argument - permanently.
Red Hood should have been DC's next "World's Greatest Detective," but Batman's failure as a teacher proved to be the undoing of this promising arc.
As the Red Hood hunts the Joker down, the Harlequin of Hate dishes out a line that completely redefines Jason Todd’s place in the Bat-Family.
"I'm Here So I Can Find You and Kill You": Red Hood Admits the Real Reason He's Betraying the Bat-Family
As the Gotham War heats up, Red Hood is siding against Batman - however, he explains that his choice isn't based on hope, but on something darker.
Red Hood is one of DC's greatest anti-heroes, but when readers got to see his true fears, it wasn't his darkest deeds, but instead fears of Batman.
Red Hood was defined by his anger after losing his parents, but fans forget that the Todds only died because of Batman, and he's never paid the price.
Batman has trained dozens of people — sidekicks included — over the years to fight crime, but it seems he only truly regrets training one person.
Red Hood has always had a difficult relationship with the other members of the Bat-Family, but his relationship with Nightwing is the worst.
Red Hood has always been the black sheep of the Bat-Family, but it seems he's finally decided to take a true stand against them in DC's Gotham War.
Red Hood has had many different identities during his time in comics, but Talia al Ghul had one specific role for the former Robin in mind.
Jason Todd is known as the black sheep of the Bat-Family due to his willingness to use lethal force, but he was taught to do it by Batman.
A Batman rogue is making substantial changes to Gotham, and the Red Hood is double-crossing the Dark Knight to forge an alliance with them.
One of Red Hood's defining characteristics is how people view him as the "failed" Robin who couldn't live up to Dick Grayson — but Jason knows better.
Almost every member of the Bat-Family has a connection to their life before they joined Batman — except Jason Todd, which is something DC can fix.